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Michael Pearce: Alfie Sullock murder accused beat baby, court hears
A man accused of murdering a six-week-old boy caused him extensive brain damage after beating him with objects including a shoe and a plastic bottle, a jury heard. Michael Pearce, 32, of Nelson in Caerphilly county, is charged with the murder and manslaughter of Alfie Sullock. Alfie, from Fairwater, Cardiff, was "gratuitously injured" while Pearce babysat
Friends face jail after travelling to Syria for jihad trip
Two men who travelled to Syria to join rebel fighters have admitted preparing to carry out terrorist acts. Mohammed Nahin Ahmed and Yusuf Zubair Sarwar, both 22, who are childhood friends from the Handsworth area of Birmingham, spent eight months in the war-torn country last year after contacting Islamic extremists from the UK. The men were arrested
Could Ed Miliband's technical degrees help narrow the North East's skills gap?
Labour leader proposes 'gold standard' earn-while-you-learn courses for young people As the Journal strives to narrow the region’s skills gap through its Proud to Back Apprenticeships campaign, Labour leader Ed Miliband has proposed an alternative way forward for the “forgotten 50%” of young people who shun traditional academic studies
McCanns: 'Children not immune to media'
Kate and Gerry McCann gave evidence at a libel hearing in Lisbon where they described how their nine-year-old son had asked why his parents hid Madeleine. The McCanns are suing former Portuguese detective Goncalo Amoral over allegations in his book about the disappearance of Madeleine McCann from the family's holiday apartment in the Algarve. Gerry McCann
Teenager is charged £180,000 for a pizza after Domino's staff add an extra four digits to the price
A teenager bought a cheese and tomato pizza from Domino’s - but had £179,932.32 taken from his bank account. Nathaniel Bolwell, 19, paid for the £17.99 meal from the takeaway giant with his bank card. But after checking his account, he was shocked to see it was £179,020.82 overdrawn. Mr Bolwell said: 'I couldn’t believe my eyes. How did it allow Domino’s
Why has UK failed to exploit ties with India?
UK fails to secure defence deal The Anglo-Indian relationship waned during the Labour years. It was sometimes seen to be of less importance than the diaspora Pakistan vote in the marginal seats in the West Midlands and the north of England. In 2009, when David Miliband was Labour's foreign secretary, India's main opposition Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)
Edinburgh Zoo's Giant Panda Tian Tian has conceived
Edinburgh Zoo's Giant Panda Tian Tian has conceived after being artificially inseminated earlier this year. Experts say this doesn't mean she is technically pregnant and have urged people "not to get too excited." However, they say that if everything goes to plan, a 20 to 30 day pregnancy will follow with the Giant Panda potentially giving birth in August
'Concern' over tax deduction plan (From Burnley and Pendle Citizen)
An influential parliamentary committee warned it continues to have "considerable concern" about proposals for HM Revenue and Customs to be allowed to deduct money directly from debtors' bank accounts, despite a defence of the scheme by the country's most senior tax official. The proposal - put forward in Chancellor George Osborne's March Budget - came under
London-born student 'tried to smuggle 20,000 euros inside her underwear to fund jihadists fighting in Syria'
A university student was caught trying to smuggle vast quantities of euros in her underwear through Heathrow to give to a British terrorist fighting in Syria, the Old Bailey heard today. Nawal Msaad, 27, had a stash of 20,000 euro in notes wrapped up in clingfilm as she prepared to board a flight to Istanbul from Heathrow, jurors heard. The court was told Msaad
'Politicians named' in Westminster child sex scandal
SEVERAL politicians are said to have been named as child sex abusers, charities have claimed. One day after the government announced an inquiry into an alleged cover up of child sex abuse at the heart of Westminster, a child protection expert claims at least 20 prominent paedophiles, including former MPs and government ministers, allegedly abused children